Four Seasons Unveils Its First Floating Resort, The Explorer

Cruising between two excellent Maldivian resorts – Landaa Giraavaru in the Baa Atoll and Kuda Huraa private island – Four Seasons Explorer is the famous luxury brand’s first and only floating resort so far. It is a 3-deck 128-foot catamaran meant to offer unforgettable liveaboard experience to up to 22 guests at a time.

The vessel can be chartered for private dive and surf cruises, and it is also available for all-inclusive cruises of 3, 4 or 7 nights. So what will guests enjoy during these vacations? Exciting cruises on the shimmering Indian Ocean, assisted diving sessions three times a day, water skiing, snorkeling, kayaking, fishing, and a lot of idling and relaxing opportunities.

When you’ve had enough of those thrilling sunrise, night and wreck dives, you can return onboard and enjoy a mouth-watering meal prepared by a gourmet chef. Then there is the professional resident spa therapist who awaits you with natural therapies based on ancient Asian healing principles. And finally, don’t hesitate to try the jet tub on the sundeck, the cozy sunbathing and socialization spots, the tastefully appointed lounge, and the welcoming library. They will all fully reward your curiosity.

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